Delayed Retirement Credits and Retroactive Benefits.
Delayed Retirement Credits
Hi Larry, Started SSB in June 2017 at age 69 expected to see my full DRC 24% in January 2018 payable in February 2018. I checked my SS online account and it shows January SSB payable in February still at 1.20667% of my FRA. When can I expect to see my full 24% DRC.
Thanks Larry would appreciate any help.
My birthday is in December, I am 67 years old, and still working. Next month, my 1st year of DRC's will appear on the "my Social Security" website. If I understand the rules correctly, I can file for benefits up to six months retroactive, receive a lump sum check, and then immediately suspend my benefits. The DRC "clock" will start back up and the only penalty is I will lose 6 months of DRC's. Is that correct?
What is the best month to apply for delayed retirement credits and why. Thanks for your advice.
I'm planning to file for my delayed social security retirement benefits on Sept 2018. I will be 68.5 years old. Will I receive my first check in Oct 2018 for 21 months of delayed credits and then in Jan 2019 receive the full 30 months of delayed credits? My birthday is March 4th 1950. I initially wanted to delay credits until I was age 70 but am running out of money. Thanks for your advice.
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On July 15, 2017 I turned 67 years old. In Dec 2017, I will be close to 67.5 yrs old. It means that I will be only six-months shy of my 68th birthday. I was told that within six month of my 68th B'day, I will be entitled to get full benefits equivalent to my 68 yrs age. What I mean that I don't have to wait until July 15, 2018, instead I can get start claiming the same amount equal to my 68th birthday when I claim in Dec 2017 or Jan 2018. Please advise.
My question relates to DRC payments. My wife and I were born in Sept 1953 and May 1951 respectively. Your software’s maximized spousal strategy suggests we both choose an entitlement month of December 2019. She’ll file a restricted application for half of my FRA. Presumably my DRCs will initially only be calculated as of December 2018, then recouped later. However, waiting one month until January 2020 changes the maximized outcome very little. Is it possible we can avoid the delay in my full DRCs by both filing for a January 2020 entitlement? Thanks!
if i stop working 2 years before I turn 70 and have 0 income and then claim benefits, I assume Zero wouid be averaged into the 35 years. If I run the calculator on website when i turn 66 in 2018 my benefit is $2341/mo; at 70 it is $3164 if I were to continue earning what I earn now. I have worked 35 years as of this year.
Will my benefit increase if I defer claiming until I am 70 even if i do not have income?
thank you very much.
Hello! Currently 69yo, I have had severe heart disease since age 59 (2007); I received disablity "confirmation" within 24 hours (!!!) and rec'd SSDI for the allotted time (48 months I think). Then my SS switched to regular SS at the rate I would have rec'd by taking retirement at 63 - but I didn't retire, I was unable to work. If I were able to work, I would have until age 70 (easily). A friend told me that I could get an 8% increase in my SS payments because I have been/am disabled. True? If so, how do I go about making this happen? Thanks, -Nan
I am 65 and 5 months. My FRA is 66. No one else can get benefits on my account. If I filed right now my benefit would be $1572.00 per month. I am not working right now but I am looking for work. I have debt that I am anxious to pay off . I am living on a $1200. per month pension right now. My concerns are if I file now, pay off my a debt and (being at FRA by then) can I suspend my benefits? If I do that will my future benefit increase by 8% per year?